Collaboration between agents and players within games is a ripe area for exploration. As with adversarial AI, collaborative agents are challenged to accurately model players and adapt their behavior accordingly. The task of cooperation, however, allows for communication between teammates that can prove beneficial in coordinating joint actions and plans. Furthermore, we propose extending established multi-agent communication paradigms to include transfer of information pertinent to player models. By querying goal and preference information from a player, an agent can reduce uncertainty in coordination domains, allowing for more effective planning. We discuss the challenges as well as the planned development and evaluation of the system.